San Diego International Airport/Lindbergh
Field (SAN) is located in downtown San Diego. Visitors
can take a shuttle or taxi from the airport to the hotel.
Current nonstop service is available from
48 U.S. and international airports. For specific flight
information, click on the San
Diego International Airport link below; then
on “Flight Planner;” then on “Printable Timetable.”
For general information regarding San Diego and places to visit,
restaurants, etc., click on the About San Diego link
For those wanting private transportation, we
have arranged with Green Ride to provide a Town
Car or similar vehicle for up to four people, depending on the amount
of luggage, for $18.00 (cash discounted rate; credit card is
$5.00 higher). Contact them directly using their website
Be sure to read their "Airport 2 phone
call Policy." They also take reservations at (800)
893-7210. You will receive instructions on how to arrange
Mention "World Fantasy Convention" to
get either rate.
For passengers with disabilities, each shuttle
for hire company is required by the airport to have ADA compatible
vehicles within their fleet. Ask the Transportation Coordinator
at your terminal.
Shuttle service is available at the Transportation
Plazas across from Terminals 1 and 2, and curbside at the Commuter
Terminal. From Terminal 1 you must cross the sky bridge,
and take either the escalators or the elevators to street level.
From Terminal 2, cross the Terminal 2 sky bridge and take either
the escalators or the elevators to street level, or use the pedestrian
crosswalk located outside the Terminal 2 Baggage Claim Area to
access the Transportation Plaza.
Please Note: Ask the
Transportation Coordinator at the Transportation Plaza for Seatop
Shuttle (Prime Time’s name in San Diego).
Follow the signs leading to the Transportation
Plazas A Transportation Coordinator will place you with the first
available taxi unless you specify a particular cab company.
Car rental reservation boards are located near
the baggage claim areas of Terminals 1 and 2. Use the courtesy
phones provided to request shuttle transport to the car rental
company of your choice. Car rental shuttles also regularly operate
at the Terminal 1 center traffic aisle and at the traffic island
at the far west end of Terminal 2. If you follow the signage,
it is likely that a shuttle will be waiting.
The San Diego Trolley is an excellent way to
get from the hotel to downtown San Diego and other sights. For
your conventience, a trolley map appears below with linkis to
lines and schedules at the bottom. The Town and Country’s
stop is the Fashion Valley Transit Center.Trolly
During the weekends of October 21–23
and October 28–30, all Trolley stations between Old Town
and City College will be closed. Substitute bus shuttle service
will be available.The Trolley stations
will be closed beginning 9 p.m. on Friday and will reopen for the
start of service Monday morning. For complete information,click